Tag Archives: interview

Purpose of the Exchange

When I started out as a reporter, I had to learn to really listen, which didn’t come easily to me. I’m from a family that loves to debate and argue, and I’m naturally opinionated. Early in my career, I found … Continue reading

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2017 Press Releases

Going through the transcripts and publications that interviewed me in 2017, I thought I would share some of my answers with you. The three qualities that got me where I am today? My faith, my drive, my circle of support. … Continue reading

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How to Ask for Interview Feedback

“If I could impose so much as to ask a favor, I would greatly appreciate it if you could take a few minutes to offer some criticism on the way I have presented myself: résumé, cover letter, interview, etc. Perhaps, … Continue reading

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Pressure

 Comical Explanation

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Disruptive Employees & Weak Leadership

As a manager, I don’t know how to handle three staff members who have no respect for authority. These young women feel entitled to speak their mind, use profanity and tell their superiors what to do. They apparently believe they … Continue reading

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